This is probably the coffee shop that I prefer the most on campus. They have really good specialty drink options and the service is pretty quick when they're not too terribly busy. I'd agree with some of the other reviews that it's not the cleanest place but I'll probably keep coming here when I'm in the area of the library.
It's hard to write a two star review for this place, because I'm sure it was just an off day. I ordered the drip coffee and it tasted and smelled spoiled. I should have said something but I had to get to class. Now I don't want to ever order coffee from here again.
I was excited to try a new coffee shop. Not impressed. I wanted to potentially get a snack with my coffee and asked the cashier what flavors of cupcakes they had. The cashier responded that she didn't know and walked away. I thought perhaps she was looking or asking a fellow co-worker. She brought the tray of cupcakes from the window display to the counter, set them in front of me and said "these flavors". As I do not work at the coffee shop or can guess cupcake flavors by visual inspection I passed on the cupcake. The coffee I ordered tasted like warm milk. I am not certain it even contained espresso, and most certainly not the flavoring I requested. Not only was the service terrible, the coffee was just bad. I would recommended taking a trip to the Dazbog across the street from campus.
The drinks are 25% foam at the top, so when you pay for a medium you’re really getting a small in terms of volume. Also, the drinks are waaaaay too sweet. I think they need to work with their baristas on ratios and making the drink right even if there’s a rush. Drinks are honesty overpriced for what you’re getting.
Scam. They literally scammed me and I can't believe it. I've been ordering larges for the last few times I went in and they have each time filled my order as a small (still paid for a large). I asked and their only explanation is that they are training new workers. Okay, I get that, but don't let your trainees scam me out of an overpriced large, replacing it with a very overpriced small. Give me my overpriced large.
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